Inside, the newly refurbished, beautiful nautical theme is accentuated with exposed woods, copper and blue and white tiles but in our opinion, the main appeal is the stunning wooden deck which floats above the beach, with its glass balustrade, large communal tables and retractable roof. Best viewed with a plate of prawns and a cold glass of rosé in hand.
From the beach there are views over Botany Bay to the west and Botany Bay National Park to the south. This westerly outlook gives Frenchman’s Bay a unique orientation amongst Sydney beaches.
Overall, the beach is a popular summer beach owing to its easy access and family-friendly nature however the beach is not patrolled by Lifeguards or lifesavers.
Dogs, alcohol and glass bottles are not permitted on the beach area. It is also recommended that as a general precaution to avoid swimming during and for 24-hours after heavy rain. Stormwater runoff from surrounding streets drain to the beach which may pollute the water.
In the park area is there a public toilet block available but if you are a patron of the restaurant there are facilities there as well.
Tues - Sun: 7am - 4pm
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